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Answer:

Sure. You can correct errors with the text editor, save the file to the disk, and then re-load it into SPIM.


Assembling the Program

Loading the source file into SPIM does two things: (1) The file is assembled into machine instructions, and (2) the instructions are loaded into SPIM's memory. The text display shows the result.

The text display is the second window from the top. You should see some of the source file in it and the machine instructions they assembled into. The leftmost column are addresses in simulated memory.


QUESTION 8:

Inspect the text display (your own or the above picture).

  1. What machine instruction (bit pattern) did your first instruction (ori $8,$0,0x2) assemble into?
  2. At what address in memory was it loaded?